“Extraordinary claims require Extraordinary evidence” It seems everyone has a study to back up anything now a days. Huge claims are made with a catchy headline only to quote a small faulty study. It doesn’t matter how credible the study is, the headline caught your attention and will likely hold it. Being in the fitness … Continue reading Not All Studies Are Created Equal
Americans are stimulated out of their damn minds. According to a 2013 Gallup poll 50% of Americans take some type of vitamin supplementation. If you ask most of them what each individual vitamin and mineral does they wouldn't be able to tell you, they just know they need to have it. I know perfectly healthy … Continue reading Multivitamins: What’s Really In Them?
Hey there, I'm pretty out of the loop with most fads these days. I try to spend majority of my time offline so it takes a little bit for things to catch up to me. I recently heard about new companies that created protein powders out of collagen and started making millions... What I've come … Continue reading Collagen Protein Powder: Fad or Not
Hey there, Today I'm going to share a tip with you that will save you some money (feel free to donate it to me). BCAAs or branched chain amino acids are one of the most popular supplements in the fitness industry. This is due to the fact that people believe their muscles will eat themselves … Continue reading Do You Need BCAAs?
Humans are simple creatures, we love exciting words and flashy headlines. Protein marketers know this, and bet on it. Take a stroll through the protein isle of any store and you will be assaulted with labels claiming all sorts of things. “100g of protein” “lean muscle” “Miccellular Isolate Whey” are some of the common things. … Continue reading Here’s Why You’re Reading Your Protein Label Wrong